Jim wrote: > stan wrote: >> I don't run KDE and SELinux is Greek to me, but what is the error >> message, and does SETroubleshooter (the yellow star) recommend a fix? >> That will probably help others respond. >> > It was the /user/.macromedia directory that was causing Selinux to send > errors, I ran the recommened command to correct selinux but that didn't > help so I just sent the .macromedia directory to the trashcan and it > regenerated a new .macromedia directory and no more problems with Selinux. > One thing that can be a problem with the SELinux messages is that they usually do not provide the full path to the file you need to change the context of - it is usually something like ./<file> witch only works if you are in the correct directory when you try to change the context. Mikkel -- Unfortunately for us, common sense is not very common.
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